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Pittsburgh Ballet Theater - Apr 26, 2018

Pittsburgh Ballet Theater present an all American program with Fancy Free + West Side Story + In the Night. Artistic Director Terrence Orr worked with Jerome Robbins closely and company 17 year veteral principal ballerina Julia Erickson will dance all three ballets in performances at the Benedum Center beginning May 4th. They are en pointe with Jim Cunningham.

Andres Cardenes and Federico Garcia de Castro - Apr 26, 2018

Violinist Andres Cardenes, who serves as Director of Orchestral Activities at CMU, will play David's Stock's Philosopher's Stone with AliaMusica directed by Federico Garcia de Castro on Chatham University in the Music Center on May 4th, 2018 . Federico and Andres remember their colleague David Stockin this conversation and explain the goal of Aliamusica, where the name of the ensemble comes from, and much more. The program includes Varese, Lutoslawski, Erin Rogers, John Arrigo Nelson, and a new piece by Federico.

Rick Sebak - People Who Have Written Books Around Here - Apr 26, 2018

Rick Sebak has the latest on his new program airing Thursday April 26th at 8pm on WQED13 - People Who’ve Written Books Around Here.  The program features Willa Cather, Stewart O’Nan, Cameron Barnett and more.

 

 

Manfred Honeck - Verdi's Requiem - Apr 25, 2018

This weekend, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performs Verdi's Requiem at Heinz Hall.  Music Director Manfred Honeck talks with Jim Cunningham about the work, along with other topics, including his conducting of the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra Side by Side concert earlier in the week.

 

 

Central Presbyterian Church - Tutto Italiano - Apr 25, 2018

Central Presbyterian Church in Tarentum wraps up their concert season Sunday April 29th with Warren Davidson violin, Justin Wallace, harpsichord and The Academy Baroque Ensemble to  present "Tutto Italiano!" - Baroque Music from Italy - at 7:00 P.M. Justin joins David Rankin from the church and Pastor Sara Wrona of Faith Community Partners to explain what the effort is doing for music lovers and the community.

Ted Pappas - Apr 23, 2018

Pittsburgh Public Theater Producing Artistic Director Ted Pappas steps away from his post after nearly a quarter century of artistic work in the city with a final effort directing Shakespeare’s Hamlet.  He fills us in the production at the O’ Reilly Theater and recalls some great moments from his time in Pittsburgh and his career including his work with Al Pacino.

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